Drinking Fountain at Junction of Allsop Place and Baker Street
10 Lampstandards in Front of Cornwall Terrace; 10 Lampstandards in Front of Cornwall Terra
Lampstandards. Early to mid C19. Cast iron octagonal standards with mid C20 Nico- type lanterns, some with G.IV.R monograms; 4 with bucrania enriched bases and enriched standards in front of Nos 3, 8, 10 and 15.
Gate Piers and Garden Railings to Number 1 Cornwall Terrace
Garden railings and gate piers. c.1821-23. Cast iron railings and stone gate piers.
The Volunteer Public House
231-243, Baker Street Nw1
Terraced houses with shops. c.1815 Portman Estate development. Stock brick with stuccoed ground floors; concealed slate roofs.
2 Gate Piers with Lamps Flanking Road
Gatepiers and lamps. c.1823. Granite and cast iron.
Garden Railings to Clarence Gate Lodge
Garden railings, c.1823. Cast iron spear head railings with linked circle band. Listing NGR: TQ2782582228.
13, Allsop Place
Clarence Gate Lodge
Park gate lodge. c.1823, by Burton or Nash as gate keeper's lodge to Regent's Park entrance from Park Road, on Baker Street axis. Stucco; slate roof.
Forecourt Garden Railings to Numbers 20 and 21
Railings. c.1821-23 by Burton or Nash. Cast iron; Grecian, of pattern illustrated by Cottingham with openwork panelled standard piers and spear head rails.
5 Lampstandards in Front of Clarence Terrace; 5 Lampstandards in Front of Clarence Terrace
Lampstandards. Early to mid C19. Cast iron octagonal standards with mid C20 Nico-type lanterns.
Garden Railings to Park Front of Numbers 34 to 47
Railings. c.1824-26 by John Nash. Cast iron Grecian pattern spearhead railings and openwork panelled standards.
47, York Terrace W Nw1
Terraced town house, now flats. Facsimile rebuild of c.1824-26 house by John Nash as part of his Regent's Park Crown Estate development. Stucco; slate roof.
1-29, Park Road Nw1
Long terrace of houses, Nos 1 and 3 with shops. c1820 Portman Estate develop- ment. Stock brick with stuccoed ground floor, No 17 entirely stuccoed; con- cealed slate roofs.
Forecourt Garden Railings
Garden railings. c.1823 by Burton or Nash and of type illustrated in Cottingham. Cast iron.
35-46, York Terrace W Nw1
Unified terrace houses, now flats. c.1824-26 by John Nash as part of his Regent's Park Crown Estate development. Stucco; slate roofs.
Church of St Cyprian, Clarence Gate
Church. 1901-03 by Ninian Comper. (Bucknall and Comper.) Red brick and stone dressings,slate roof.
34, York Terrace W NW1
Baker Street Station: Main Entrance Building and Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith and
Underground railway station and terminus. First station erected 1863 by the Metropolitan Railway (MR) to the design of (Sir) John Fowler, Engineer in Chief of the MR, of which the pair of platforms and vault survive. Two platforms were added to the N serving the MR 'Extension' in 1868, subsequently extended to four.
3 Lamp Standards on Clarence Terrace Carriage Drive
Lampstandards. Mid C20 replica standards, cast iron with ER II monograms but reusing old Nico lanterns. Listing NGR: TQ2778782310.